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AFBAmerican Foundation®
for the Blind

Expanding possibilities for people with vision loss

About Blind or Visually Impaired Workers and the Corporate World

A "corporate job" usually refers to a fast-paced, high-pressure position where the employer is a large business enterprise in the private sector. Large corporations often do business on a national or multi-national scale, and have headquarters, offices, and personnel spread out over multiple locations. With hundreds or thousands of employees, the corporate organizational structure is by necessity complex and multi-tired.

These stories will describe some of the pros and cons to consider when thinking of pursuing corporate work as a career.

Questions: Has anything you’ve read here today surprised you? Encouraged you? Motivated you? How did these workers find their jobs?

Many articles provide a link at the end that you can use to contact the subject directly.

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